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Learn to knit a scarf pattern, make funky baby clothes, and knit shabby chic decorating items with all these easy knitting patterns in this free eBook! Many people think that scarves are the only thing you can make when you're learning to knit, but that's far from the truth! With some basic skills, a little patience, and this free eBook, you can create lots of different wearables for you and all your friends and family!
Use bulky mismatched yarn, preferably handspun yarn, to knit and felt a beret. This free form knitting pattern is a great way to use up scrap yarns and experiment with color combination. Great for men and women alike, this crochet hat pattern can help you clean out your yarn stash in practically no time at all.
Reminiscent of a soft morning mist, this Mountain Mist Scarf is made from a combination of knitting techniques and color blocks. With a gradual transition from green to blue, this lovely knit scarf pattern is perfect for anytime of year.
Last week, I was shopping for a new knitting "stitchinoary" when I received an opportunity to review the Pick-a-Stitch application. The program ($19.95) starts with over 130 different stitch patterns and unlike a book which never updates, you can add on a monthly subscription to get new stitch patterns added to the app.
I created ChemKnits in 2008 to combine my love for knitting and science. I earned my PhD in Biological Chemistry in early 2011, and designing knitting patterns for ChemKnits kept me sane during the graduate school years.
You will enjoy the comfort of the water wherever you are with this Sea Blue Scarf made of cool colors and crafty ingenuity. If you are wondering how to make a loom scarf, look no further. The frays on the ends are like drops of sea foam hitting your face in the wind. All you have to do is imagine the sand between your toes, the smell of salt, seagulls cawing, and you are practically already there. This DIY loom scarf is a great homemade gift idea.
If you know it's going to be a chilly winter, you'll want to get started on this Shine On Hat and Scarf pattern from Red Heart Yarn as soon as possible. Even if you're new to knitting, you can learn how to make a scarf and how to make a hat in no time. These Christmas knitting patterns will be the perfect addition to anyone's Christmas fashion closet, so you may even consider giving it as a Christmas present.
Just because you can't crochet or knit doesn't mean you can't look for yarn craft ideas. A Simple Imagine scarf doesn't require a hook or needle, so it's a great project for a child or beginning crafter. In fact, you only need one hank of yarn to make your own version of this easy DIY design.
This Two-Tone Cowl is perfect for using up those half skeins of yarn that are taking up space in your craft bin. Match 2 of your favorite colors to create a bold accessory that you can wear all year long.
This Vanilla Meringue Cowl can be worn several different ways, making it the ultimate winter accessory. This knitted cowl is great for knitters of all skill levels and makes a wonderful stocking stuffer for the holiday season.